Dr. Jared Bowyer | Family & Cosmetic Dentistry

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300 SE 120th Ave Ste #700
Vancouver, WA 98683
(360) 253-2640
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Monday-Thursday 7:30 – 5:00PM
Friday-Sunday (emergency and
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Happy Patients

“We are grateful for the comfortable experience that comes with each visit.” - The Reddicks
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Research has shown that almost everybody has a 95% chance of experiencing some tooth decay. When tooth decay does occur, it is highly important to remove the decay, clean the tooth and repair the tooth with some type of restoration. In addition, lost or missing teeth need to be replaced to protect your overall oral health.

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Does your smile reflect the real you? Modern cosmetic dentistry in Vancouver WA and Dr. Jared Bowyer gives you the chance to gain a naturally beautiful smile you may have thought to be impossible. Whether your smile imperfections are few or many, Dr. Bowyer has the training and artistry needed to transform those dental blemishes into a smile you have always dreamed about.

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Prevention is always better than treatment. By actively preventing disease and decay through regular home care, combined with professional dental cleanings and regular exams, you will maintain a healthy and beautiful smile.

In addition, effective prevention can help you avoid costly treatments in the future to remove decay, restore teeth and treat gum disease. Regular prevention is truly your best investment.

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Gum disease (Periodontal Disease) is responsible for about 70 percent of adult tooth loss. It is characterized by swollen, inflamed gums surrounding the teeth. Plaque, a sticky substance that forms in the mouth from food, saliva and bacteria gets inside the space between the gum line and the tooth. If not removed, plaque hardens into a substance called calculus or tarter that is very difficult to remove. Eventually, the bacteria in the plaque and tarter eat away at the fibers that hold the gums to the teeth, creating deep pockets. As bacteria spread, the pockets become deeper until the bacteria finally eat away the bone that holds the tooth in place.

Think of it as if bugs are eating away at the soil around a tree trunk. Eventually, they eat away all of the soil and part of the tree’s roots, causing the tree to collapse.

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